MEK Iran: Terrorism is used by the Iranian Regime to gain Geopolitical Dominance
The regime’s terrorism is considerably worse than its nuclear program, and its repercussions and traces can be seen and traced all over the world. The Iranian regime stifles civil society, jeopardizes peace and security, and jeopardizes social and economic progress. Countries such as Iraq, Syria, and Yemen provide examples. These countries are currently facing numerous challenges as a result of the regime’s intervention, the most serious of which is a lack of security. Despite efforts to appease it, international powers are obligated to speak out against it, criticize it, and impose sanctions as a result of its harmful deeds, or the government will continue to attack them in their homelands.
Iran-backed groups in Iraq and Bahrain
Regarding the regime’s actions, the US Department of State said in its yearly report, ‘Country Reports on Terrorism 2020,’ that: “The US responded to the threat of state-sponsored terrorism by penalizing Iran-backed groups in Iraq and Bahrain, such as Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq and Saraya al-Mukhtar.”The regime’s terrorism is considerably worse than its nuclear program, and its repercussions and traces can be seen and traced all over the world.
The Iranian dictatorship assaulted an Israeli-owned ship near the Gulf’s vital mouth on February 26. Iran’s dictatorship threatened Fort McNair in Washington, D.C., and the Army’s vice chief of staff, Gen. Joseph M. Martin, who lives there, according to the Associated Press on March 21, 2021.
On April 6, 2021, two women named Salma Khormaei and Fouad Malekshahi were arrested in Sweden on suspicion of plotting a terrorist strike. They gave the impression of being Afghan nationals. Their ages, nationalities, and even identities were all fictitious, according to the Swedish security service SPO. Fereshteh Sanaei Farid and Mehdi Ramezani’s real identities were Fereshteh Sanaei Farid and Mehdi Ramezani, and they were both Iranian citizens who were arrested on terror-related allegations.
The Iranian regime’s plot to assassinate political activist
The Revolutionary Guards of the regime used drones and missiles to assault the headquarters of the Democratic Party of Iranian Kurdistan in Iraqi Kurdistan on June 22, 2021.
Pro-Iran regime militias attacked the US installation at Erbil airport on July 6, 2021. This strike came just one day after Iraqi militias backed by the regime attacked the Ain al-Asad airfield in Baghdad, which houses US troops and the US embassy. So far, such attacks against US forces in the Middle East have continued, with the majority of them being carried out by the Iranian regime’s proxy militias.
The Iranian regime’s plot to assassinate Behrouz Rahimi, a Kurdish political activist from Diwandareh, Iran, was carried out in Sulaymaniyah, Iraq, on July 15, 2021.
US specialists indicated the drones were constructed in Iran
On July 31, 2021, a drone assault in international waters off the coast of Oman killed the Romanian captain and a British crewmember aboard the Mercer Street, a Japanese-owned, Liberian-flagged, Israeli-managed oil products tanker. Despite the regime’s denials that it was not engaged in the strike, US specialists indicated the drones were constructed in Iran in a report provided by the US Central Command. The distance between the Iranian shore and the attack site was within the range of Iranian one-way attack drones, according to the statement.
Musa Babakhani, a member of the Democratic Party of Iranian Kurdistan’s Central Committee, was kidnapped, tortured, and executed on August 5, 2021, at a hotel party. On August 12, 2021, the dictatorship attempted but failed to assassinate Dara Beigi, a member of the Democratic Party of Iranian Kurdistan’s Central Committee, in Ghaleh Dezh.
The Iranian regime has shown a new level of brutality
The authorities attempted to kidnap a former pilot who had sought sanctuary in Turkey on September 24, 2021. With the support of the regime’s intelligence service (MOIS) and local groups in Turkey, its operatives carried out this plan, but it failed.
In recent years, the Iranian regime has shown a new level of brutality, human rights violations, and terrorism, especially since the fall of Iraq’s government in 2003, which provided the Iranian regime with a new opportunity for Middle East interference and a unique opportunity to expand its influence in the country’s regions.
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